Recently, BoardSafe Docks completed a small commercial project in the Chesapeake Bay area. The project, though small, was complex, including multiple site issues: fluctuating water levels, cross currents, and a peculiar embankment on the water approach. Despite this, BoardSafe managed to engineer and install a safe and sturdy aluminum floating…

29 Feb

BoardSafe Docks was on display at the Quiet Adventures Symposium, held in the Michigan State University Pavilion in East Lansing, Michigan. Part of the mission of the Quiet Water Society is to educate the public and encourage participation in non-motorized outdoor recreation. Stephen J Fleming was on hand…

10 Dec

BoardSafe has developed its heavy-duty 100 Series Aluminum Extrusion to meet the needs of commercial marinas and waterfronts. The heavy-duty design includes a marine-grade 6160 aluminum and proprietary extruded aluminum frame. Aluminum commercial gangways can be manufactured in any length to meet any need. Each order receives a…

29 Sep

Bethlehem-based insurance carrier, HMK Insurance, featured their client BoardSafe Docks and gave them accolades for their dedication to making aquatic sports and activities more accessible. Below is a snippet of the article: HMK Client Spotlight: Northeast Products & Services Inc. How does one manufacture state-of-the-art aluminum boating docks…

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05 Jan

Deck panels vs. traditional deck boards; 5 reasons to use deck panels

BoardSafe’s piers, floating docks and other marina and rowing center applications are built with the finest quality materials (click here to read the article about high quality marina construction materials). Additionally, BoardSafe developed the innovative ways to manufacture and install floating docks, gangways and piers. Below is a glimsp into one of those proprietary processes that makes BoardSafe the premier floating aluminum dock manufacturer in the United States.

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05 Jan

Home, marina and rowing center owners look to BoardSafe for quality and value

When the design team at BoardSafe sat down to engineer the best designs for its floating docks and piers it drew on its 20+ year experience in the construction industry. Homeowners of residential docks and those overseeing the operations of marinas and rowing centers all desire the same things – high quality, low maintenance and tremendous value. The team at BoardSafe selected the best products and processes to achieve these common goals.

BoardSafe uses NyloDeck synthetic deck boards. This decking made of recycled carpet fiber (fiberglass) is among the strongest in the synthetic lumber industry and one of the few deck boards that can be framed 16” on center.  The fiberglass material has no wood flour and therefore it is mold and mildew resistant as well as ground rated. Additionally, it is slip resistant and offered in numerous color options to fit the aesthetic goals of a project. Because it is made of recycled materials, it is one of the most ecologically friendly products on the market.

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26 Nov

The Bridge Harbor Yacht Club on the Gulf Coast of Texas has been receiving major renovations to their facilities. Recently, they completed 1100 feet of new bulkhead, along with a new 30-plus slip floating dock. The project replaced the old concrete ‘A’ dock to create a much safer, easier and convenient environment for boat owners.

BoardSafe, manufacturer of aluminum floating docks, gangways, piers and rowing centers supplied the project marina products (docks and gangway) for the Bridge Harbor Yacht Club in Freeport, TX.

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